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Skull fracture side effects in the future

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I had a skull fracture when I was 10..I am currently 19..Do you think it's healed and will it still effect me.? ...

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Hai, i'm XXXXXXX from XXXXXXX My mom got accident recently. Her right occipital bone is fracture and recently detect type 2DM. Is there any problem in future? Please tell me ...

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Hello sir my 1 ┬Żyrbaby has skull fracture in left side(back of head,near brain). We met wd an road accident whn he was only four months old. There is no recovery yt. We gave him homeopathic treatment for 9 ...

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Please help me! My 15 month old daughter fell off the bed 2 weeks ago head first onto the marble floor. I only took my eye off her for a second! She had a bruise (still there after 2 weeks) but no lump and only cried for a few minutes then...

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If my almost 2 year old cracked/fractured her skull.. Would any symptoms occur days or weeks later or will symptoms occur suddenly or straight away? ...

Public Forum Discussions

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Helo doctor, five months ago our car accident and at that time my forehead skull fractured. My ... uncomfortable to take all these continuesly. So, please tell me what is the side effects of all these medicines ...

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I fractured my skull five weeks ago, i feel fine apart from being tired and needed more rest than ... was fine, my only concern is that i seemed to somedays be worse than when i first had the fracture, this i ...

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it hit the step. Is it possible i fractured my skull? and if so, can you recover from skull fracture ...

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severe migraines which he had already suffered from. 15 years ago he sustained abasal skull fracture ..., and today has felt dizzy and lethargic all day, is this a side effect of it? His BP is 120/90. ...

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My husband has a possible skull fracture. He wont go to the doctor here but will see his doctor in Hawaii. What is the danger in flying. He fell off his scooter about a month ago and hit his head ...

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I suffered a bad fall a week and a half ago. I went to the ER and had a ct which showed a small skull fracture behind the left ear. I also have a ruptured ear drum . I was told to take it easy ...

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sign of a skull fracture? Or would he have other symptoms in that case? I don t know if he s fine ...

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it s brushing should we take her to the ER is it a skull fracture? ...

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I have hardware in my head I have a right orbital fixation plate fracture and I it never caused ... and there may be new fractures. Is there any way I can alleviate the pain without meds? ...

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these since my basal skull fracture 35 years ago, they tell me I was unconscious for days, I have permanent ... that this could be a epilepsy or seizure or syncopy brought on my a past skull fracture? ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

I think you should NOT go flying, 1. reason is that when you break a skull bone, it increases your chances of blood clots, they can do serious damage, going into high altitudes, like when you fl, increases your risk of blood clots, 2. the changing air pressure) can be bad for broken bones that aren't healed yet moving them out of their proper place, fracture, since there is no real way to cast

doctor1 MD

Hello mam. The situation you are describing is concerning. Your son should be evaluated by a professional as he may have a serious skull fracture.

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Hi, This is unlikely to be a skull fracture. It is most possibly how your skull has always been shaped. It is normal for the skull to be uneven in places and asymmetrical. If it was serious you would be having problems such as pain and headaches. Regards, Dr K A Pottinger